Life Blog 21/11/2011

I had a great weekend. On Saturday I switched to Three, a great mobile network for anyone who wants unlimited Internet at an affordable price. I know that because even I can afford it. I also dated a girl. This may not seem like a big deal to some people, but she likes me and I never went on any dates before this one. I’m not going to lie about that and say I have a girlfriend because I want people to know who I really am and not who everyone else wants to be. I spent most of Sunday with my mate, who built a computer and we were trying to figure out how to get into the BIOS. This is usually quite a simple task, but we couldn’t figure out which F key we needed to press and it isn’t always an F key that needs to be pressed.

The only big problem I had with last weekend was the length of it. I think weekends are too short I think a week should be 8 days and the weekend should be 3 days. I didn’t have a great day today. The morning was fine but I found in today’s Physics lesson the teacher was pissed off with me because there were three assignments that I thought I had handed in. It turns out he wanted them printed which I find really annoying. It is times like this when I think and ask myself, if some people have a harder life than I do, is life really worth living? When Steve Jobs was alive, he was trying to get rid of discs and while DVDs are annoying and for me, CDs are dead as I have all my music in iTunes and on my smartphone, I don’t have anywhere near enough hard drive space to import all my DVDs. I don’t even mind having the physical DVDs in my room – what really pisses me off is having to mess about with cases and all that. In my opinion, Steve Jobs has succeeded in getting rid of discs because in a few years I hope to have all of mine imported to a computer and in the not too distant future, they will be gone. I think Steve Jobs should have had a go at getting rid of paper. I guess Apple were trying to do that with the iPad, but I am still having to print things and that printer on my desk is taking up a huge amount of space that could be used for a stone age iMac G3 that I found in the street.

On second thoughts, I think CDs are more annoying than paper and if it wasn’t for Steve Jobs, I would probably have to take about three CDs with some of the music I like and because Google wouldn’t be able to nick the idea of touch screen smartphones from Apple, Android phone would probably look a bit more like a BlackBerry. There is also a good chance I would be using a PC at home as well as at school.

I am totally going off topic with this blog post and before it starts looking like one of my English essays, I’m going to go ahead and click the Publish button. I have already written English essays shorter than this.

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